The backside of the castle certainly bears resemblance to its inspiration, Neuschwanstein Castle. It makes me wonder if the primary reason Walt was okay with the top’s reversal was to give Disneyland’s Castle a better shot at an identity of its own. I’d say it worked, if so.CONTINUE READING
Roses in Spring
Spring is here and I have to say that I’m ready for it. The weather has been warming up a little here in San Diego and the fresh air makes me want to get outside every chance I get.
Birds are singing a merry tune each morning. Flowers along the road on the drive to work are blooming in such vibrant colors. It sets a wonderful tone for the day. And then, of course, they’re there to perk you up on the way home again.CONTINUE READING
A Twilight Adventure
I tend to think photography has 2 forms: an active form when you’re looking for and pre-visualizing photos, and a passive form when you’re not looking for things but finding them anyway.
Active photography is a hunt, a mission. It’s a form that can be turned on and off by an act of will.CONTINUE READING
Reflecting on a Legacy
Sometimes all it takes is a little reflection to put things into perspective…CONTINUE READING
Embarking on a Grand Circle Tour
Sometimes I find it difficult to make it past the entrance to Disneyland because I’m so enamored with watching the trains come and go. When I do finally get further into the park, it’s always with a degree of reluctance.CONTINUE READING
The Flag Over New Orleans
This is one of my favorite views in all of Disneyland. I can’t quite put my finger on a single reason. I think it’s more what the pieces add up to.CONTINUE READING